Office Professional Licence

  Gerard-222557 20:55 16 Jun 09

I've just bought Office Professional 2007 from an ad but it turns out to be one of the free copies for IT professionals that Microsoft gave out at their 'Ready for a new day' product launches. Does anybody know if it's carries a full retail commercial licence that can be loaded on to 1 PC and I laptop? If I unseal it to check, I can't return it.

  lotvic 21:04 16 Jun 09

Not sure, but a bit more info click here
"product key or CD key must be claimed onsite at the end of the event"

  Gerard-222557 21:27 16 Jun 09

Thanks for that lotvic but I can just make out the key label inside. The key number's there but where it's supposed to say 'FPP' for a full licence, it's blank.

  Sea Urchin 22:16 16 Jun 09

I would assume (from that info on lotvic's link) that the product key details would be issued separately from the software pack. If it is inside the pack then why would you have to claim it at the end of the event?

  Gerard-222557 22:44 16 Jun 09

This is a boxed version whereas lotvic's reference is a downloadable. It's not a standard box and although it looks genuine the front cover has 'ready for a new day' on it. Seller claims that they worked for MS and it was a 'prize'.

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